ASPEN journals provide the latest research, reviews, and perspectives on clinical nutrition and are regarded by ASPEN members as the most valuable membership benefit.
Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition
JPEN is the premier journal of scientific research on nutrition and metabolic support. It publishes original, peer-reviewed studies and clinical content presenting developments and advances in optimizing the care of patients receiving enteral or intravenous therapies. Published eight times a year, JPEN is the leading science-based resource on clinical nutrition for healthcare professionals.
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Nutrition in Clinical Practice
NCP is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary publication that provides a practical focus on the delivery of specialized nutrition support. Each issue has comprehensive reviews, clinical research, case observations, and papers by healthcare practitioners and experts in the field of nutrition. NCP is published six times a year.
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Subscription to Journals
- ASPEN members have complimentary access to JPEN and NCP. Join ASPEN.
- Non-members can purchase annual subscriptions to JPEN and NCP.
- Group access to JPEN and NCP is available for institutions.
NEW! Mobile App for Journals
Journal readers can now access JPEN
using the Wiley Online Library app, available for Apple (iPad
) and Android
devices. Select “Society Login
” and enter your ASPEN ID and password to view and download articles. Add NCP
as favorite journals for quick access. The Wiley app replaces the retired ASPEN Journal app. See FAQ
Listen to the JPEN
podcasts on Apple podcasts
to stay up to date on hot topics.
Journal CE Program
Earn valuable continuing education (CE) credits by reading selected articles in JPEN
and successfully passing corresponding knowledge assessments. Log in to the ASPEN eLearning Center at nutritioncare.org/elearning
to access the articles and tests/evaluations, as well as the process for claiming your CE credit.
The Journal CE Program is free to ASPEN members. Non-members can participate for a fee.
ASPEN’s Journal Club is a great way to spur discussion about current literature from the field. Join an already established Journal Club or form a club of your own at work, through your ASPEN chapter, or at your university.
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